A temporary delay in construction of the Delta Township, MI, assembly and stamping complex will force General Motors Corp.'s Lansing, MI, Grand River (LGR) plant to source stampings for the Cadillac CTS (Catera replacement) from another location when the sedan is launched in late 2001, sources say. “We haven't determined where the stampings will come from but it will not affect the production schedule,” says a GM spokeswoman. A stamping plant located at the Delta Township site originally ...
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